Test Automation

When evaluating DevOps solutions, you look for certain functions and features knowing they will result in a variety of benefits. These benefits may include fewer mundane and repetitive tasks, less frequent outages, lower labor costs, and increased competitiveness from a faster time to market. However, there are numerous other benefits that you’ll discover and lessons

The following is a summary of the information covered in the webinar: Gain a Competitive Advantage with DevOps, which can be accessed here. What is DevOps? DevOps is a set of practices that marries software development, operations, and quality assurance (QA) to achieve a shorter software delivery life cycle (SDLC) and higher quality releases with

Consider for a moment all the long-term, successful software companies. What variable is constant among all them that aided their success? Arguably, code quality is a key ingredient. Code quality can convert into how valuable and viable your code is: top notch code can be re-utilized and re-developed. Allowing low quality code to accumulate, often

DevOps adoption is growing across businesses in all industries, mainly due to the wide array of benefits that DevOps can provide. A recent study[1] found that among companies that have implemented DevOps: 63% improved quality of deployments 63% release software more frequently 55% have better collaboration between teams DevOps adoption can help a company become

Continuous integration, or CI, is the practice of integrating code from multiple developers into a central location frequently, ideally several times per day or any time a developer commits a change. Each check-in is then verified by an automated build, allowing teams to detect problems early. This represents a change from the traditional build process

Businesses face rapid changes and high demands every day. Modern consumers have ever-changing demands and higher expectations for businesses than their predecessors. Increasing competition means companies have to act quickly and intelligently to hold their share of the market. Organizations are constantly battling with their rivals, striving to provide the best product for their customers.

In the final blog article in the FlexDeploy Loves E-Business Suite series I will incorporate Continuous Integration and Automated Testing, enabling DevOps at a powerful scale.  Incorporating the key elements of DevOps enables rapid and high-quality software delivery to customers, placing more focus on IT’s greatest value – innovation! FlexDeploy Loves Oracle E-Business Suite: Series

This blog is the fifth in the FlexDeploy Loves OIC blog series, stay tuned for subsequent entries in the series. FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Series Overview FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage integrations with connections FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage connection property replacement FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Continuous Integration FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Automated testing FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Continuous Delivery with

This blog is the fourth in the FlexDeploy Loves OIC blog series, stay tuned for subsequent entries in the series. FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Series Overview FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage integrations with connections FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage connection property replacement FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Continuous Integration FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Automated testing FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Continuous Delivery with

Software is a key competitive differentiator for companies across industries. The faster companies can get new enhancements and functionality to market, the wider their competitive edge. To achieve this lead, enterprise development teams need to optimize their workflow for efficiency, quality, and reliability. As such, development teams adopt continuous integration (CI) to speed up and